An Introduction To The EU Pay Transparency Directive – Lessons Learned From The US And The UK
Wed 7 Jun 23 | Progress on the gender pay gap and broader pay equity issues has been slow across the EU. The European Commission believes the key is to drive greater pay transparency and has brought forwards a new Directive introducing initiatives including mandatory gender pay gap reporting, a ban on salary history questions to candidates and requiring the publishing of pay bands for vacancies. What can your organisation learn from the US and the UK on how to navigate changes, where similar measures have been in place for some time?
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